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BS from the DNC

Riverhead, NY

#2 Dec 23, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
The tea party is full of scumbags, the bums will be voted out in 2014!
In April 2009 it was predicted that the Tea Party would be gone by June 2009.

In November 2010, you lost the House and plenty of state offices.

Now you are saying that the Tea Party will be voted out in 2014.

Are they still around? And in the House?
Quantum Leap

Yonkers, NY

#3 Dec 23, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
The tea party is full of scumbags, the bums will be voted out in 2014!
5 signs the Tea party's time is up

1. The 2012 elections were tough on the Tea party's favorite congressmen.
Voters sent West, Walsh, Moudock, Aiken, etc. packing on Nov. 6, 2012.

2. Boehner removed Tea baggers David Schweiket (R-AZ), Tim Huelskamp (R-KS), Justin Amash (R-MI) from their committee assignments and served notice that others who aren't "team players" could sugger a similar fate.

3. Freedom Works, one if the largest Tea party groups in the country, faces an uncertain future after it's chairman, former House Majority Leader, Dick Armey left the group due to a bitter dispute with it's president, Matt Kibbe.
Armey leaves with an $8 MILLION golden parachute.

4. The right wing media bubble is punctured.
Without active promotion from Fox News, the Tea party would literally not exist.
After Fox and the rest of the right wing media kooks blew their election predictions, some Republicans, namely Bruce Bartlett and David Frum have turned against the "conservative entertainment complex"
As Bartlett wrote, "Living in the Fox News cocoon, most Republicans had no clue that they were losing in 2012 or that their ideas were both stupid and politically unpopular"
If more Republicans figure out they've been lied to, then the Tea party will be dead in the water.
Maybe that's why Fox News got rid of failed pundits Morris and Rove.

5. The Koch's cloudy future
The only factor more vital to the Tea bagger nut loons than Fox News is the money coming from the Kochs.
They nay be backing off from the Tea baggers.
In an interview with Forbes, Charles Koch claimed that he and David will spend next year fighting against, get this, corporate welfare, hardly an issue with the GOP.
All Koch backed candidates failed miserably in the 2012 elections.
Quantum Leap

Yonkers, NY

#4 Dec 23, 2012
typo, should be suffer.
BS from the DNC

Riverhead, NY

#5 Dec 23, 2012
Quantum Leap wrote:
<quoted text>
5 signs the Tea party's time is up
1. The 2012 elections were tough on the Tea party's favorite congressmen.
Voters sent West, Walsh, Moudock, Aiken, etc. packing on Nov. 6, 2012.
2. Boehner removed Tea baggers David Schweiket (R-AZ), Tim Huelskamp (R-KS), Justin Amash (R-MI) from their committee assignments and served notice that others who aren't "team players" could sugger a similar fate.
3. Freedom Works, one if the largest Tea party groups in the country, faces an uncertain future after it's chairman, former House Majority Leader, Dick Armey left the group due to a bitter dispute with it's president, Matt Kibbe.
Armey leaves with an $8 MILLION golden parachute.
4. The right wing media bubble is punctured.
Without active promotion from Fox News, the Tea party would literally not exist.
After Fox and the rest of the right wing media kooks blew their election predictions, some Republicans, namely Bruce Bartlett and David Frum have turned against the "conservative entertainment complex"
As Bartlett wrote, "Living in the Fox News cocoon, most Republicans had no clue that they were losing in 2012 or that their ideas were both stupid and politically unpopular"
If more Republicans figure out they've been lied to, then the Tea party will be dead in the water.
Maybe that's why Fox News got rid of failed pundits Morris and Rove.
5. The Koch's cloudy future
The only factor more vital to the Tea bagger nut loons than Fox News is the money coming from the Kochs.
They nay be backing off from the Tea baggers.
In an interview with Forbes, Charles Koch claimed that he and David will spend next year fighting against, get this, corporate welfare, hardly an issue with the GOP.
All Koch backed candidates failed miserably in the 2012 elections.
Keep hoping, dork.

The Tea Party was founded because NEITHER party wanted to slow down and reduce runaway spending.

Has the spending stopped? How much more in taxes can YOU pay, if your salary doesn't go up? Do you see any sign that the SPENDING growth will stop?

The Tea Party will be here and growing as Bozo, for the short future, continues the spending binge.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#6 Dec 23, 2012
BS from the DNC wrote:
<quoted text>
In April 2009 it was predicted that the Tea Party would be gone by June 2009.
In November 2010, you lost the House and plenty of state offices.
Now you are saying that the Tea Party will be voted out in 2014.
Are they still around? And in the House?
Not a single tea party candidate won last November. The tea party is dead!
PL loooves debt

Riverhead, NY

#7 Dec 24, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
<quoted text>Not a single tea party candidate won last November. The tea party is dead!
Check again in the state house races, dork. They count too.

PS. You failed to take back the House. The people have spoken.
Quantum Leap

Yonkers, NY

#8 Dec 24, 2012
BS from the DNC wrote:
<quoted text>
Keep hoping, dork.
The Tea Party was founded because NEITHER party wanted to slow down and reduce runaway spending.
Has the spending stopped? How much more in taxes can YOU pay, if your salary doesn't go up? Do you see any sign that the SPENDING growth will stop?
The Tea Party will be here and growing as Bozo, for the short future, continues the spending binge.
The Tea party is dead.
They were no factor in 2012 and have a 18% approval rating.
Sorry that you live in a bubble of stupidity and hate the truth.
Say the Truth

Lansdale, PA

#9 Dec 24, 2012
Proud liberal idiot wrote:
<quoted text>Not a single tea party candidate won last November. The tea party is dead!
Why did you change your name from "eku"?
Teddy R

Mclean, VA

#10 Dec 24, 2012
Quantum Leap wrote:
<quoted text>
The Tea party is dead.
They were no factor in 2012 and have a 18% approval rating.
Sorry that you live in a bubble of stupidity and hate the truth.
The road to economic and fiscal ruin that Mad Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi's conspiracy of progressive dunces in Washington are busily paving with the assistance of Axelrod/Jarrett's trained suit, the Narcissistic Incompetent-in-Chief, just adds momentum to the TEA Party revolution where it counts - at the State and Local level.

Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#11 Dec 24, 2012
PL loooves debt wrote:
<quoted text>
Check again in the state house races, dork. They count too.
PS. You failed to take back the House. The people have spoken.
Thanks to the tea party the republicans lost eight house seats and the democrats picked up eight house seats. The people have spoken and they say the tea party is dead!
proud of what

Riverhead, NY

#12 Dec 25, 2012
Say the Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
Why did you change your name from "eku"?
If you were "eku", wouldn't you?
proud of what

Riverhead, NY

#13 Dec 25, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks to the tea party the republicans lost eight house seats and the democrats picked up eight house seats. The people have spoken and they say the tea party is dead!
Thanks to the Tea Party, the Republicans TOOK the House and retained it.

The RINOs are the losers.

Let's see who votes for tax increases and is still proud of it in 2014.
Quantum Leap

Yonkers, NY

#15 Dec 25, 2012
Teddy R wrote:
<quoted text>
The road to economic and fiscal ruin that Mad Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi's conspiracy of progressive dunces in Washington are busily paving with the assistance of Axelrod/Jarrett's trained suit, the Narcissistic Incompetent-in-Chief, just adds momentum to the TEA Party revolution where it counts - at the State and Local level.
Economic and fiscal ruin were the legacy of the Bush administration; 2 wars with no way of financing them and no exit strategy, Medicare Part D Prescription Plan with no finance plan, Bush Tax Cuts that drained incoming revenue, 9/11 and all the government handouts as a result of that day, No Child Left Behind without a way of financing it, the loss of 750,000 jobs per month because of outsourcing resulting in a grand total of 3 million jobs created over 2 TERMS under the Bush administration.
Under the current administration, job growth has reached a total so far of 5.2 million in ONE TERM, 33 straight months of job growth, unemployment now stands at 7.7%, it's lowest in 4 years.
The Tea bagger nut loons have no stance or an argument, have an 18% approval rating, they're too extreme, they take up stupid causes, full of hot air, rambling rhetoric, and are out of touch with today's America.
The few that are left will be out in 2014.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#16 Dec 25, 2012
proud of what wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks to the Tea Party, the Republicans TOOK the House and retained it.
The RINOs are the losers.
Let's see who votes for tax increases and is still proud of it in 2014.
November's election is proof that Americans want the Bush tax break to expire and the polls say the dems will win back the house in 2014, thanks to the tea party!
on the rocks

Riverhead, NY

#17 Dec 25, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
<quoted text>November's election is proof that Americans want the Bush tax break to expire and the polls say the dems will win back the house in 2014, thanks to the tea party!
The "Bush tax breaks" aren't the cause of anything, dork. It's the spending, stupid.

And the spending will continue to grow as the economy stagnates, then diminishes and finally collapses.

You asked for it. Be careful what you wish for.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#18 Dec 25, 2012
on the rocks wrote:
<quoted text>
The "Bush tax breaks" aren't the cause of anything, dork. It's the spending, stupid.
And the spending will continue to grow as the economy stagnates, then diminishes and finally collapses.
You asked for it. Be careful what you wish for.
The economy will rise if the Bush tax break expires and the deficit will go down!
proud of what

Riverhead, NY

#19 Dec 25, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
<quoted text>The economy will rise if the Bush tax break expires and the deficit will go down!
How much will the deficit go down? Only if the spending goes down.

When was the last time that the nation, a state, a city or a county showed a reduction in it's debt while a Democrat was in power?
same old same old

Yonkers, NY

#20 Dec 25, 2012
proud of what wrote:
<quoted text>
How much will the deficit go down? Only if the spending goes down.
When was the last time that the nation, a state, a city or a county showed a reduction in it's debt while a Democrat was in power?
During the Clinton Administration when job growth under him reached 22.5 MILLION, the economy was booming and he left a $236 BILLION SURPLUS when he left office that GOP Bush turned into a $10 TRILLION DEFECIT over 2 TERMS.
BS from the DNC

Riverhead, NY

#21 Dec 25, 2012
same old same old wrote:
<quoted text>During the Clinton Administration when job growth under him reached 22.5 MILLION, the economy was booming and he left a $236 BILLION SURPLUS when he left office that GOP Bush turned into a $10 TRILLION DEFECIT over 2 TERMS.
Any "surplus" under Clinton was created by the budgets voted during the years the Republicans had control.

If Bush was spending too big, where were the Dems voting to defeat those budgets? What spending, precisely, did they object to? What spending are they objecting to now?
Yup

Fort Myers, FL

#22 Dec 25, 2012
Quantum Leap wrote:
<quoted text>
5 signs the Tea party's time is up
1. The 2012 elections were tough on the Tea party's favorite congressmen.
Voters sent West, Walsh, Moudock, Aiken, etc. packing on Nov. 6, 2012.
2. Boehner removed Tea baggers David Schweiket (R-AZ), Tim Huelskamp (R-KS), Justin Amash (R-MI) from their committee assignments and served notice that others who aren't "team players" could sugger a similar fate.
3. Freedom Works, one if the largest Tea party groups in the country, faces an uncertain future after it's chairman, former House Majority Leader, Dick Armey left the group due to a bitter dispute with it's president, Matt Kibbe.
Armey leaves with an $8 MILLION golden parachute.
4. The right wing media bubble is punctured.
Without active promotion from Fox News, the Tea party would literally not exist.
After Fox and the rest of the right wing media kooks blew their election predictions, some Republicans, namely Bruce Bartlett and David Frum have turned against the "conservative entertainment complex"
As Bartlett wrote, "Living in the Fox News cocoon, most Republicans had no clue that they were losing in 2012 or that their ideas were both stupid and politically unpopular"
If more Republicans figure out they've been lied to, then the Tea party will be dead in the water.
Maybe that's why Fox News got rid of failed pundits Morris and Rove.
5. The Koch's cloudy future
The only factor more vital to the Tea bagger nut loons than Fox News is the money coming from the Kochs.
They nay be backing off from the Tea baggers.
In an interview with Forbes, Charles Koch claimed that he and David will spend next year fighting against, get this, corporate welfare, hardly an issue with the GOP.
All Koch backed candidates failed miserably in the 2012 elections.
And possibly boner may be removed as speaker by the end of next week

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